Suits Spoilers: Show’s Executive Producer Drops Hints About Show’s Return Tonight & What To Expect This Season

If you are just as giddy as I am that Suits returns tonight, get ready to get even giddier.

In a recent interview with TVLine, the show’s EP Aaron Korsh, previewed what to expect as this season continues.

On Louis’ demand to be named partner under the threat of exposing Mike’s secret…
“We are picking up very shortly, yes, after we left off. Louis dropped a huge request, and we’ve got to answer that request. We’re going to see what happens in the immediate aftermath of Louis’ bomb being dropped.”

Will Harvey and Jessica succumb to Louis’ demand in tonight’s episode or will the answer be drawn out…
“The answer to that question is a little bit complicated. You can’t just always say yes to a child’s demands or maybe to a dictator or a hungry, somewhat of an unhinged person. [Laughs] If you say yes immediately to what they want, they’re just going to want more. So that’s a little bit of a game that our characters need to play. They can’t just appease Louis because to appease Louis would be to give a power-hungry, power-crazed person exactly what they want. It would never end.”

On the other ways that Louis plans to use Mike’s secret…
“We’ve been through many, many battles for control of the firm over the years – and not that I’m not a fan of them, because I’m a big fan of battling for the throne, so to speak – but in these last six [episodes], we try to focus on more of the personal dynamics that are going to come out as a result of Episode 410 and not as a much the power dynamics of the firm. That’s not to say that we didn’t focus on the power dynamics of the firm at all. We absolutely did, but we’re really focusing a little bit more on what are the personal betrayals or the personal costs of keeping the secret, the toll that its taken on the six members of our cast.”

On Harvey’s story arc this season…
“In the beginning, Harvey is, obviously, reeling and responding to the Louis fiasco. Harvey goes through a lot through the last six. He gets a visit from his old friend Professor Henry Gerard and that brings up some interesting stuff. Harvey has a chip on his shoulder about this guy and I found that interesting. I’ve never really seen that before [with Harvey] because it’s a person that he wants their respect and he doesn’t necessarily have it. … The last two or three [episodes] really focus on Harvey in a major way in terms of his relationships with some of the key people in his life [and] culminate in the finale, which [reveals] how Harvey came to be the guy that he is.”

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